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  • adverb In a manner which is not hygienic.

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  • adverb in an unhygienic manner


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  • Such incidents are testimony to the fact that no proper checking of food-items and products are being conducted in India, especially during the hot and humid season when dairy items remain either unprotected or prepared unhygienically.

    7 Kashmiri children fall sick after consuming sweets, one dies 2008

  • It becomes more frequent, the more unhygienically the patients handle their expectoration, the more there is a lack of light and air, and the more closely the sick are crowded together with the healthy.

    Robert Koch - Nobel Lecture 1967

  • Investigations of this problem have shown that most of the school desks and seats in use in our public schools are unhygienically constructed, in that they _force_ pupils into unnatural positions.

    Physiology and Hygiene for Secondary Schools Francis M. Walters

  • Many shoes, however, are unhygienically constructed, and no attempt should be made to wear them.

    Physiology and Hygiene for Secondary Schools Francis M. Walters

  • Later, when her beloved child wakened the night-porter, Jane Coop, blue with anxiety and cold, most unhygienically closed the window and thankfully padded off to her comfortable bed.

    The Hawk of Egypt Joan Conquest

  • To live unhygienically where others live hygienically is quite as difficult.

    Civics and Health William H. Allen


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